A fire broke out at a refinery operated by BP in Toledo, Ohio, on Tuesday, with two people injured, according to a spokeswoman for the company. The refinery was shut down soon after the fire broke out, the spokeswoman also said, as quoted by NBC News. First responders are at the scene, working to put the fire out. The cause remains to yet be determined, media reported, citing emergency service officials. Reuters noted in its report that the refinery had just come out of maintenance. The facility has a capacity of close to 160,000 bpd of crude oil and is co-owned by BP and Canada’s Cenovus. Last month, Cenovus agreed to buy BP’s 50-percent share in the facility and become its sole owner. The Canadian company inherited the stake from Husky, with which it merged last year. The Toledo facility also suffered a fire in November last year, and […]